There were major advancements in terms of sustainable lifestyle products in 2017—beauty and fashion brands are really taking the time to think about their impact on the planet and are putting new practices into place while being more transparent about their business.
So with the new year in full swings, let’s set the intention to be more conscious of our consumption, shall we? Below is a reading list of the current stories making news in sustainability, as well as some good reads from the end of 2017 that you may have missed.
Happy New Year!
To kick off 2018, H&M just launched their latest #HMSport collection, and it’s fully sustainable. Click here for campaign images (which are spectacular!) and to shop the collection.
Get in (Re)formation
Last fall I was fortunate enough to talk to Kathleen Talbot, Reformation’s vice president of operations and sustainability, about the industry, the brand and the possibility of getting a bricks-and-mortar stop in Canada. (flare.com)
In 2018, get ready to read a lot more about bio-mimicry, where companies will start producing leather and other materials that will not come from animals, but will certainly look and feel like they do! (BoF)
On Your Radar
A new athleisure label, Aday (above), talks to WSGN about sustainability and how women are changing their shopping habits to be more conscious. (WSGN)
G-Star announced last month that they have created their most-sustainable jeans yet. (WWD)
This company is looking to replace petrolatum in lipsticks with a new form of silk, which could be wayyyyy better for the environment. (Fast Company)
Feature image courtesy of H&M.